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EU seeks tougher China policy ahead of possible summits

Reuters Friday, 29 May 2020
European Union foreign ministers sought to toughen their strategy on China on Friday to counter Beijing's increasingly assertive diplomacy and accelerate efforts to end unfettered access for Chinese business in Europe.
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